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Pastels, floral & nautical trends dominate Iconic S/S line
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Feb '13
Shrug of those winter blues and bask in the fervent features of Spring Summer as fashion and lifestyle destination ICONIC launches its season collection which takes you on a global expedition featuring key trends like pastels, floral and nautical among others.

With Retro being influenced by the 60’s, the collection sees the use of vibrant colours of vermillion orange and sunshine yellow mixed with bold geometric and floral prints.

Taking the form of A-line dress or a full circle skirt key pieces also include embellished jackets and blouses. Embrace the return of polka dots and pastels like mint green, pink dogwood and pale banana.

Add some sizzle to your wardrobe with kimono jackets, lamp shade skirts, bell sleeve dresses and box pleat shorts in either moss crepe or cotton.

Fluid and relaxed shapes of shift dresses and soft tailored blazers come in handy for a last minute luncheon with the girls and can be overlayed with florals and organza’s which provide a unique concept to any outfit.

Spring sends a clear message as see-through clutches and bags make a comeback along with fringe detailed clutches. And don’t forget this season’s biggest trend of colour blocking, black and white accessories, and every fashionista must-have! Bright ceramics also make a statement through necklaces and earrings while pearls and milky stone hint at a very feminine story in pastel palettes.

From platforms to wedges, kitten heels to stilettos, ICONIC’S footwear this season sees a collection of oriental silk printed wedges, crystal embellishments, glitter and 50’s inspired patent court shoes in pastels.

So what are the stylish men sporting this season!  With the authentic sailor look of heritage nautical the trend can be taken a notch higher with the addition of bright colors such as vibrant blue and alert orange. If you’re aiming for a laid-back resort look, the perfect ensemble includes chino shorts or pants with a rope belt, stripe tee and a relaxed blazer.

Get the kids inspired with ICONIC this season as little girls get to experience a princess fairy-tale with baby pink inspired tweed jackets and tutu skirts, followed by the lollipop colors, mint candy and summer floral trends guaranteed to brighten any kids wardrobe.  Naughty nautical sets the mood for boys with baby blues and stripes lending a contemporary sailor boy look.

Head over to ICONIC and shop the latest Spring-Summer collection that is bound to inspire. Sport ‘Fashion Different’ and be fashion savvy in your own special way.

About ICONIC:

ICONIC represents a unique spirit, making it different to any other fashion store in the market. It is a destination where fashion, innovation and lifestyle collide and caters to men, women and kids. A brand that represents Fashion Different, regardless of gender, age or personality ICONIC offers fashion apparel, footwear, accessories, beauty, gifts all under one roof ensuring there is always something for everyone. Part of the Landmark Group, ICONIC is for the young at heart that is stylish, trendy and out-going.

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